The Searchers are an English beat group, which emerged as part of the 1960s Merseybeat scene. The band's hits include a remake of the Drifters' 1961 hit, "Sweets for My Sweet"; remakes of Jackie DeShannon's "Needles and Pins" and "When You Walk In The Room"; . They were the second group from Liverpool, after the Beatles, to have a hit in the United States when "Needles and Pins" charted during the first week of March 1964.
The Kasuals - Predominantly the band covers classics by The Fourmost, The Searchers, The Troggs, The Kinks, Cliff Richard & The Shadows, Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas, The Merseybeats, Roy Orbison and The Beatles amongst many.
John McNally (August 30. 1941) British guitarist, o.a. known from the band the Searchers.
Jayke Orvis takes us backstage to the real lives behind the bands and artist trying to make a living through their chosen art. Spending most of his time traveling the world playing with the Goddamn Gallows, Jayke's lifestyle and fellowship of soul-searchers comes under a microscope in an honest portrayal of life on the road. We welcome you to eavesdrop on conversations at Closing Time.
Strawberry Fayre Band - successful band from the early 70’s to the mid 80’s, touring Europe and supporting bands such as Sweet, Lindisfarne, The Fortunes and The Searchers. John Cross the original lead singer and bass player, decided to reform Strawberry Fayre to bring back the fabulous sounds of that era. The band now consists of four experienced musicians. With three of them singing lead...
Strawberry Fayre Band - A successful band from the early 70’s to the mid 80’s, touring Europe and supporting bands such as Mud, Sweet, Lindisfarne, The Fortunes and The Searchers.
Originally founded as a skiffle group in Liverpool in 1959 by John McNally and Mike Pender (Michael John Prendergast), the band took their name from the classic 1956 John Wayne western The Searchers. Prendergast claims that the name was his idea, but McNally ascribes it to ‘Big Ron’ Woodbridge, their first lead singer. The arguments still rage.